I'm loud in bed, but I mean, I'm loud as a person, but even by loud-person standards I'm loud in bed. But what does the female orgasm sound like for others? Well, it depends on the person. Plus, I've certainly heard my roommates go at it as well, so sometimes we like to compare notes. It's not the huffing, moaning, breathiness of a fake orgasm — an honest-to-god orgasm is a lot less pretty, but way more sexy. I think that's amazing, because most people look like they've been caught halfway through a sneeze when they're getting off.
Sign up or log in to share. It definitely helps the mood. If you are already doing some touching, it will turn him on more and let him know your are enjoying yourself. Some guys don't listen or make any sounds. Others will really enjoy hearing your voice. Don't just start faking stuff but definitely be vocal because it sounds like the guy you're with likes it alot. I was also wondering..
By Tess Barker. B efore I saw sex, and certainly before I had it, I heard it. Throughout my adult life, I would hear that breath-filled aria countless times. A neighbor in my college apartment building once wailed so urgently that the first time I heard her I called the cops. But for the most part I heard it from myself.
While both dancing and the music that fuels it can be inherently sexual, some artists choose to cut out the middleman and go straight to the source. There is a long tradition of producers building tracks around wet smacks and exaggerated moans, and the lurid results range from the ecstatic to the cringeworthy. Play the right Dance Mania track in the wrong part of the night and DJs are more likely to get skeeved out side-eyes than an appreciative dancefloor. But over the years, others have done it right, and reinvented how we hear sex sounds in dance tracks.